Little Angels Public School

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The Little Angels Public School is located at Jaggayyapeta, Andhra Pradesh, India.

It was established in 1980 as a school for the members of the Indian aristocracy. It is situated on a 5-acre (20,000 m2) campus. Children are schooled from pre-primary school through the 10th standard (age 3 to age 16). The school is recognized by the state government. Its administrative body is a non-profit organisation who maintain the school.

Motto[edit]

The school motto is "Be Vigilant".

The House system[edit]

The student body is divided into four houses named after Indian mountain ranges:

Uniform[edit]

  • Blazers (dark navy blue) and ties (dark blue with a white strips insignia in the middle).
  • Boys wear white shirts with navy blue shoulder-tabs with a stripe of their house colour across the tabs, and white shorts. Footwear consists of blue socks and black shoes.
  • Girls wear white blouses under blue pinafores with belts and blue socks in black school shoes.
  • Prefects are given stars, stripes or badges (gold eagles).

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Coordinates: 16°53′52″N 80°05′52″E / 16.8977°N 80.0977°E / 16.8977; 80.0977